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No Country For Old Men - Cinematography by Roger Deakins | Directed by Ethan Coen, Joel Coen

No Country For Old Men - Cinematography by Roger Deakins | Directed by Ethan Coen, Joel Coen

interstellar …

interstellar …

“whatever it is you choose to think, your subconscious mind takes it very seriously and your experience will reflect your thinking.” ~ Marianne Williamson

“whatever it is you choose to think, your subconscious mind takes it very seriously and your experience will reflect your thinking.” ~ Marianne Williamson

Brigid Edwards. Rosenbergia straussi, 2003, watercolour on vellum

Brigid Edwards. Rosenbergia straussi, 2003, watercolour on vellum

iBookBinding - Free Bookbinding Tutorials & Resources

iBookBinding - Free Bookbinding Tutorials & Resources

Goliath beetle illustration from Dictionnaire Universel d'Histoire Naturelle, Atlas: v.2, Ed.2, by Charles Orbigny, 1861

Goliath beetle illustration from Dictionnaire Universel d'Histoire Naturelle, Atlas: v.2, Ed.2, by Charles Orbigny, 1861

The only #dab we do is when we're cleaning up a tie-dye sesh. For a ton of DIY tie-dye inspiration, go to

The only #dab we do is when we're cleaning up a tie-dye sesh. For a ton of DIY tie-dye inspiration, go to

So many ways to tie dye your spiral tee this summer. Try one of these awesome pattern techniques today with Tulip One-Step Tie Dye!

So many ways to tie dye your spiral tee this summer. Try one of these awesome pattern techniques today with Tulip One-Step Tie Dye!

“Nearly every shot is framed, refracted, bisected. Mrs. Chan and Mr. Chow are distanced from themselves, each other, us. But the camera is still active, hanging back in realistic remove before tracking and panning in languorous slow motion. Two different cinematographers are at work—Christopher Doyle and longtime Hou Hsiao-hsien DP Mark Ling Ping-bin—but their styles play as two sides of the same dream. All of the images burn, then all too quickly expire.” Eric Hynes, Reverse Shot

“Nearly every shot is framed, refracted, bisected. Mrs. Chan and Mr. Chow are distanced from themselves, each other, us. But the camera is still active, hanging back in realistic remove before tracking and panning in languorous slow motion. Two different cinematographers are at work—Christopher Doyle and longtime Hou Hsiao-hsien DP Mark Ling Ping-bin—but their styles play as two sides of the same dream. All of the images burn, then all too quickly expire.” Eric Hynes, Reverse Shot